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VideoScientists at the University of Georgia’s Center for Applied Isotope Study use an accelerator mass spectrometer to count Carbon-14 isotopes to determine the age of ancient material.
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VideoArchaeologists survey an early Spanish settlement on Parris Island using ground penetrating radar, magnetometry and resistivity.
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VideoArchaeologists preserve an excavation in three dimensions using a new photographic technique.
The students will learn about various forms of weather and be able to explain which are alike through grouping.
The students will learn basic facts about flowers. They will research a flower of their choosing and create a project that demostrates their knowledge and findings.
Students will make inferences based on their knowledge of Newton’s laws.
Students will engage in a project-based learning lesson to discover how beak adaptations affect what birds eat.